The average price of houses for sale in Abeokuta South, Ogun is ₦22,920,000. The most expensive house costs ₦180,000,000 while the cheapest cost ₦2,500,000 . There are 14 available houses for sale in Abeokuta South, Ogun, Nigeria. The houses have been listed by estate agents who can be contacted using the contact information provided for each house listing. The list can be filtered by price, furnishing and recency.
Oke-ata In Ita Oshin, 15 Minutes Drive From Brewery, Abeokuta South, Ogun
5 bedroom flat, with each room built with a bathroom and toilet.
Just 12 minutes drive from brewery, oke ata in ita oshin abeokuta, Ogun state.All facilities are intact already.Security
24 hours power supply
BLOCK OF 4 FLATS front view semi detached 4bedroom duplex at the back is 3nos of 3 bed room flats, plus a mini flat Bungalow apartment, very neat house, terrazzo floor, 1& half plot at Amje Abeokuta Exp way 19.5m...
Block of flat with 2 units of 3 bedroom flat and 2 10units of 4 bedroom flat, all en suite, ample car park, spacious, Fenced, gate, water etc.
Title: C of O
Brokerage: 5% (slightly negotiable) of purchase price to be paid by the buyer as commission/brokerage.
* Dinning room
* Study room
* Masters bedroom
*All rooms ensuite
* Land area of 798 Sam
* Functioning well water
* Electricity connected
* Access road link
* Ample car park
* FencedTitle: Registered survey and approved building plan (pictures available)
PRICE: N8 million askingPrivate chat me on 07046432386
Abule Oba, Japo-adigbe, Off Obada-onikoko Road,, Abeokuta South, Ogun
One unit 5-bedroom duplex, all rooms ensuite , large kitchen, a store, a guest toilet and an ante room.Two units 3-bedroom flats. Master bedroom of each of the two flats is ensuite.The land area is about 70ft X 150 ft.The Aluminium windows and burglar proof fixed for the entire building.5Plumbing pipes and conduit pipe for electrical have been run for the duplex and one flat above.The property is located at Abule Oba, Japo-Adigbe, off Obada-Onikoko road, Abeokuta. When the roads are good, it is less than 10mins from Oke-ilewo and Pansheke, the centers of business in Abeokuta. On a bad road day, it's about 20mimutes.Title:
Family purchase receipts, duly registered Survey, Building plan which is now approved and only waiting alongside the CofO from the Ogun State Home Owners Charter. It has since past publication stage and should be ready any time.
The property can easily be converted into a school or hospital or even hotel!The asking price is N30mCall Throkaz Property on 08036840803
Soyoye Crescent, Elite Road, Idi-aba, Abeokuta South, Ogun
Plastered and Roofed Duplex with Windows, burglaries and doors, inner and external stairs. Convertible space downstairs.
Detached uncompleted bungalow up to lintel level.
Both on 2 Plots of plain land and fenced with gate
Kemta Housing Estate, Idi-aba, Abeokuta South, Ogun
The apartment contains 4 Nos Furnished Large bedrooms ensuite, Furnished Kitchen, Living room and dinning, Visitors' Toilet, Furnished Private living area, Spacious compound with extra half plot for BQ, Functional borehole, Automated Gate, 2x2500 Litres Overhead water storage tank and lots more
Abeokuta South is Local Government Area (LGA) in Ogun state, Nigeria. It has its headquarters at Ake Abeokuta. Abeokuta South Local Government is usually referred to as the Premier Local Government, owing to the historic eminence of that geographical entity as the traditional seat of the Local or Native Authority in Egba since 1898 as well as the seat of the Government of Ogun State that came into existence in 1976. This area was created in September, 1991, during General Ibrahim Badamosi Babangida's Adminstration.
The religions practiced here are Christianity, Islam and Traditional religions. People of Abeokuta south experience three festival annually, they are: Egungun, Igunuko, Oro. The LGA of Abeokuta South is divided into 15 wards for the purpose of electing councillors into the local government council. These wards are Ake 1, Ake 2, Ake III(Adatan/Lantoro) , Emere, Ijemo, Itoko, Ijaiye/Idi-Aba, Erunibe/Ijoko/Ilogbo/Oke-Ejigbo, Oke Ijeun, Ago Ijesha/Ijeun-Titun/Ago-Egun, Sodeke/Isale Ijeun I, Sodeke/Isale Ijeun II, Oke-Yeye/Imo/Isabo, Igbore/Itori/Ago-Oba, and Ibara.